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rwelch
post Mar 6 2003, 03:20 AM
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I understand that you typically don't need DOS installed to run a DOS based configuration program. You can usually just boot a DOS floppy disk and run them from the supplied floppy disk, however when I try this I get a message saying binary is not executable - any suggestions
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Corey
post Mar 6 2003, 08:38 AM
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Does this have anything to do with Linux? Or is this just a general computer question, we'll try to help either way, we just need a little more clarification as to what you're talking about.

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post Mar 7 2003, 11:10 PM
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I am trying to use a DOS based program (rset8019) to determine the current settings of my network card (RTL8019 AS) in an effort to find out why my network card is not detected by RedHat 7.0. I have since solved the problem. Thanks anyway
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